Original recipe yields 7 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
I've made hot artichoke dip so many times but I'm surprised to see no garlic. I also add minced onion and I love how the mayo gives it a nice tangy taste. Tip: I use my Crock Pot Dip Master at p...
This is delicious. My husband can't eat that much spinach, so I was trying to find another artichoke dip that didn't have that as an ingredient. I was glad that I found this one. I only made ...
This is the best artichoke dip I have ever had. I used frozen artichokes because I don't think they taste so vinegary.
I added two cloves of fresh chopped garlic to this recipe and it was wonderful. Friends always call me for this recipe.
This is fantastic! The only changes I made to it (after reading reviews) were to add 2 cloves crushed garlic, a generous pinch of kosher salt, and instead of using plain mozzarella, I substitut...
This dip was gobbled up quick at our New Year's Eve party! Be sure to serve this dip hot. I didn't care for it as much when it started to cool down.
Tasted great just not as flavorful as I wanted. I did add fresh garlic, but still not enough flavor..don't get me wrong it did taste great!!
I found a recipe just like this on this site a couple years ago and recently lost the recipe card it was on. I was happy to see this one cause it's almost the same as the one I lost. I omit the ...
Fabulous dish served with French or Italian bread. I've made this several times, ans it's always a pleaser!